Food nourishes, not just the body but also the soul. It's because of the taste that eating is considered a pleasurable experience - one that we like to repeat several times a day and throughout the life! Ramyas Kitchen Recipes will 'PINCH YOUR TASTE BUDS' to nourish both your body and soul.
Panakam is a Sanskrit word that means sweet drink. This is usually
done on Shri Rama Navami that falls on 9th day of Chitirai Month.
Panakam is done with jaggery, dry ginger (Sukku), cardamom and pepper. It is
the main Neivedyam at all homes and temple on Rama Navami.
– ¼ cup
2 cups Dry
ginger powder / Sukku Podi – ½ tsp Cardomom
(crushed) –2 Peppercorns
(crushed) – ½ tsp
the jaggery in water, let the water to boil and filter it to remove any
impurities present in it.
ginger powder, peppercorns, cardamom powder to it and mix well.